By Elizabeth Cunningham The maverick spirit of Black Mountain College appealed to Cynthia Homire’s adventurous nature. The place had aroused her interest while at Swarthmore High in Pennsylvania. Cynthia’s first direct connection happened while attending Windsor Mountain School in Lenox, Massachusetts. Three of her instructors, fresh from studies at Black Mountain, reinforced the progressive education she received at Windsor. She… Continue reading "Cynthia Homire Remembered"
In the nineteen sixties the argument craft verses art constantly reared its ugly head misdirecting dialogue. It is, on reflection a spurious argument siphoning off valuable discourse. I am a sculptor. Clay is my medium and has been for the last half century. Not faithful to the ceramic paradigm and not caring for shiny, I do not glaze and often… Continue reading "Sara D’Alessandro: Contemplation of the Olla"